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  • My earliest cricketing memory is

    Playing cricket in the garden with my brother

  • My favourite sportsperson is

    Michael Jordan, Kevin Pietersen & Rafael Nadal

  • The teams I support in other sports are

    Manchester United, Golden State Warriors

  • My favourite colour is


  • My favourite food is

    Seafood Platter

  • My favourite musical artist is


  • My favourite film is

    Good Will Hunting

  • A hobby/interest I have outside of cricket is

    Reading, Tennis and Golf

  • My party trick is

    I can rap Drake's 'Tuscan Leather' word for word

  • My proudest cricketing moment is

    Seeing my parents so happy after I signed for Kent

Tawanda Muyeye

BatRight-handBowlRight-arm off-break
Born5th March 2001 (in Harare, Zimbabwe)National Team Eligibility-
Years of Service2021-Debutvs. Sussex, 2021
Nickname(s)T, SeanCapped-
Local ClubFolkestone CCShirt Sponsor-
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Other Teams

Oval Invincibles, Sussex Development XI

Player Biography

A Sports Scholar at Eastbourne College under the mentorship of former Kent stars Rob Ferley and James Tredwell, Muyeye was named as Wisden Schools Cricketer of the Year for 2020, an award previously won by England stars Jonny Bairstow and Jos Buttler, as well as Kent’s Vice-Captain, Daniel Bell-Drummond.

Born in Zimbabwe but qualifying as a domestic player, Muyeye is a highly-talented, attacking batsman, and a useful off-spinner with an outstanding schoolboy record.

He made his Kent debut against Sussex in 2021’s County Championship, and recorded a top score of 89 against Middlesex that season in Kent’s last match of the campaign that saw them top Division Three in that season’s format.

He broke into Kent Spitfires’ Vitality Blast side in 2022, making an eye-catching 41 against Surrey at the Oval.